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Response to report of killer robots in Libya

June 3, 2021

Image: Final report of the Panel of Experts on Libya to the President of the Security Council. Pg. 148 A United Nations Security Council report has revealed that autonomous weapons systems have been used in Libya where fighters were “hunted down and remotely engaged…by autonomous weapons systems such as the STM Kargu-2 and other loitering Read more...

ICRC calls for new legal rules to address autonomy in weapons systems

May 12, 2021

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President, Peter Maurer, briefed states today on the ICRC’s conclusion that new international law is needed to tackle the ethical, humanitarian and legal challenges posed by autonomy in weapons systems. The ICRC are widely recognised as the guardians of international humanitarian law (IHL): the law that provides protections Read more...

Global Meeting 2021: Virtual

March 24, 2021

The third global meeting of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots will take place virtually on 24 March 2021, 13:00-17:00 (GMT). This event is only open to members of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.  Read more...

Stopping Killer Robots: Human Rights Day Forum

December 10, 2020

Join Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots on 10 December 2020 for the “Stopping Killer Robots: Human Rights Day Forum” and announcement on the launch of their new initiative. This event will be held in English. Read more...

PAX Webinar on Killer Robots

September 28, 2020

Join PAX for an English-language webinar to find out more about the issue of fully autonomous weapons and the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. Read more...